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CBS
Mar 28, 2011 4:30am PDT
tonight the controversy over america's next move. >>> and good morning, everyone. it is monday, march 28. i'm sydnie kohara. >> happy monday, everybody. i'm frank mallicoat. time now is 4:30. and, you know, we thought we would bring the whole gang together. >> everything old is new again. we're back on the old set -- the evening show set so this is our new home, old home, new home. and everybody is here! this is great. so good to see everyone. >> keeping people on their toes this morning albright eyed and bushy tailed, right, elizabeth. >> right. [ laughter ] >> she had a busy weekend. >> i went to bed a little late last night. >> were you partying on the weekend? [ laughter ] >> going to be some great traffic today. >> are we doing traffic first? let's talk about traffic. let's go toward the bay bridge? no, we're not. we're doing weather first. >> give you a break. i'll take over weather. you have your coffee. we'll break her in here throughout the morning. >>> i have great weather news. sunshine, how about that? looking outside right now, you're seeing a few clouds out there
CBS
Mar 8, 2011 4:30am PST
suspects at guantanomo bay. about 80 prisoners could go to trial. his plan to try them in america ran into stiff opposition in congress. >>> julie watts has a look at our forecast. >> a lot going on in the weather picture this morning. let's start out with what's going on right now. occasional drizzle, still lingering out there, throughout the bay area. not everyone going to see it but plenty of spots in the south bay to the north are seeing drizzle this morning. that will taper off this afternoon as we see high pressure continue to build in. going to bump up temperatures this afternoon by a few degrees anywhere from three to five and high pressure takes over tomorrow. warming temperatures into the 70s in some of the warmest spots by wednesday but we are not done with the rain just yet. another system waiting in the wings likely going to skirt off to the north and we'll see a few raindrops from that by thursday. so a little bit of everything in this forecast. in the meantime, out the door this morning, temperatures in the 40s and 50s in the area, occasional drizzle from time to time.
CBS
Mar 29, 2011 4:30am PDT
take control of the entire libya operation tomorrow. >> i said that america's role would be limited and that we would not put ground troops into libya and we would focus our unique capabilities on the front end of the operation and that we would transfer responsibility to other allies around partners. tonight we are fulfilling that -- to our allies and partners. tonight we are fulfilling that pledge. >>> in addition to our nato duties, the president says the u.s. will provide assistance to the libyan people. we will safeguard $33 billion in the qaddafi regime's frozen assets to help rebuild the country. and the president said he ruled out targeting moammar qaddafi, warning that trying to oust him militarily would be a costly mistake. >>> the president's speech at 4:30 in the afternoon didn't have a big audience here in the bay area. an informal survey by cbs 5 found very few people saw it. we did talk with some people, though, who heard at least part of the president's comments on the radio. >> i think he's doing a good job. i think he's trying to reassure people that we have a limi
CBS
Mar 7, 2011 4:30am PST
not the price. >> reporter: america's strategic petroleum research every holds 777 million-barrels of oil. selling oil from the reserve at $100 a barrel could ease the federal deficit but new york times report online says obama administration is concerned about taking oil from the reserve when there is excess oil production capacity around the world. when the reserve was tapped in 2005 after hurricane katrina. oil prices dropped 9% now? >> i think it is time and we need to look at other sources of energy. >> reporter: now is not the time some say. >> not the strategic reserve i am buying an electric car tomorrow and it will give me the patriotic pleasure of not sending money overseas to someone trying to blow us up. >>> tapping the reserve would free up supply but only have a modest effect on prices at the pump. >>> in libya forces loyal to moammar gadhafi launching a new air strike against opposition forces in a key oil port city there are no reports of casualties today. >>> anti government rebels claiming victory in another city, people there say pro gadhafi forces entered the city
CBS
Mar 10, 2011 4:30am PST
america. >>> good morning. it is thursday, march 10. i'm frank mallicoat. >> it is 4:30. i'm elizabeth wenger. sydnie does have the morning off. time is 4:30 on the nose. let's get a quick check of weather and traffic. >> let's kick it over to lawrence. >> yes. >> yesterday was delightful. >> it was nice yesterday h a couple of 70s around the bay area but today a completely different story. just a couple of patches of fog to start out with. look what we have coming. we have the cold front diving into the bay area. carry that rain gear. you will need it. we'll tell you when coming up in a few minutes. right now let's check traffic with gianna. >> good morning. we start off with roadwork on 880, typical around this time of the morning. both directions of 880 near hayward, we have closures there, west 92 ramp to south 880 also closed. so far, so good on the bay area bridges, back to you guys. >>> thank you. >>> the deadline is here but governor jerry brown has asked lawmakers to delay today's vote on his budget plan. christin ayers is in oakland with how the standoff could have
CBS
Mar 22, 2011 4:30am PDT
to the site, which by the way now is a parking lot for great america. >>> on wall street, the dow is back above 12,000 points. it jumped 178 points yesterday after a new round of corporate buy-outs. the nasdaq is up 48. shares of at&t rising more than 1% after it announced it's buying t-mobile for $39 million -- excuse me, billion dollars in cash. >> yeah. >> and stock. well, the deal combining at&t and t-mobile raises questions about whether customers of those two companies will benefit. at&t says the deal will save it 5 to 10 years of building towers and customers of both companies will get increased coverage for cell phones but there could be some drawbacks in pricing especially for people who now use t-mobile. >> of the biggies, t-mobile is your value place. you get better pricing, more for your bucket. that's not going to be the case going forward. at&t is a high dollar sophisticated carrier and they are not going to want to carry along the t-mobile customers at their monthly rates. >> at&t denies there will be higher charges saying it has to compete with verizon. >>> anthem
CBS
Mar 18, 2011 4:30am PDT
now. it's very gratifying. this happens day in and day out all over the world by america's air force. >> boric acid helps cool the fuel rods by absorbing the heat. pg&e kept enough acid on hand to cool both reactors on diablo canyon plus extra if needed. >>> there are ways to help the victims of the earthquake and tsunami. log on to our website, cbssf.com, and click on "links and numbers" for a list of agencies that are coordinating emergency relief. >>> in other news, more rain expected around monterey bay this weekend and this could cause a lot of problems as caltrans assesses a collapsed section of highway 1. take a look. a two mile stretch of the scenic highway near big sur will be closed for at least a month. it will take that long to make a temporary repair. highways 46, 68 and 101 will be used as detours in the meantime. these collapses are nothing new to highway 1. storms in 1998 caused $32 million in damage between carmel and san simeon. >>> it was coming down good this morning. >> sure did. so we know what's in store for the weekend, right, lawrence? >> this storm sys
CBS
Mar 15, 2011 4:30am PDT
of america in corte madera. the gunman surrendered. witnesses say the man walked into the bank yesterday with what appears to be a typewritten manifesto. he rambled on and on about the financial system and capitalism while waving a gun. then he locked himself inside the building after letting bank customers and employees leave. >> what did he say? >> this he didn't want to harm anyone, that he was there to make statement about the economy and banking in general and just how corrupt and run by criminals it is. >> police say the man demanded a conversation with the ceo of bank of america and speak with president obama before he surrendered. >>> today is the deadline for pg&e to hand over documents proving that its gas pipe pressure levels are say. the state public utilities commission gave the company that deadline in the wake of the san bruno blast. if pg&e fails to come up with sufficient documentation, the cpuc is expected to tell utility to do some testing to check for leaks. that could be an expensive and inconvenient effort for pg&e's customers. it's not clear who would pay
CBS
Mar 24, 2011 4:30am PDT
chinese mothers came to america to give birth so their children could get citizenship and access to public education. neighbors always wondered why the pregnant women filled the townhome, walked the neighborhood and disappeared after their babies were born. >> they just seemed to not know where they're going. >> reporter: what do you mean? >> they just wandered. they would walk back and forth and back and forth and then cars would pick them up and take them away. >> the owner of the building denies any wrongdoing. he was fined $800. >>> 4:56. your eyes aren't playing tricks on you. more and more women are going gray at a younger age. the daily mail reports that 32% of british women under the age of 30 have gray hair. that is up 14% from two decades ago. many are blaming their changing hair color on stress and their husbands -- no, just on stress. [ laughter ] >> could be some husbands, kids. but doctors say one way to beat it is to start taking more vitamin d. >> the tributes are pouring in for film legend elizabeth taylor. the academy award winning actress died yesterday after spen
CBS
Mar 31, 2011 4:30am PDT
amazing. we have the footage straight ahead. >>> japan's nuclear crisis spreads to america's food supply. where radiation was found in milk. what officials are saying now about the met risks. -- about the health risks. ,,,,,,,,,,,,
CBS
Mar 17, 2011 4:30am PDT
be just what america needs to get in shape. new research in the journal of physical activity and health says people who own and walk their dogs are 34% more likely to get the recommended amount of exercise each week which is at least 2.5 hours. dog says you got go out, you go!! people who walk their dogs spend an hour each week doing that. >> what if you have a cat? you're in trouble. >> the cat tells you to go outside. [ laughter ] >>> the city of san francisco wants to use cell phonessen to list lifesavers. city leaders say they are developing a smart phone app to alert people trained in cpr of nearby cardiac arrest emergencies. the hope is to get help to victim while paramedics or firefighters are en route. >> to be able to have technology whereby our good citizens who will volunteer to learn about this information and can rush to the scene prior to our arrival could be the difference between life and death. >> san ramon fire valley district is already using the technology. san francisco is the first major city in the united states to announce the program. it could be in place
CBS
Mar 14, 2011 4:30am PDT
japanese community center in san francisco, the red cross, and the national buddhist church of america. >>> governor brown is expected to intense phi efforts to get republican support for his budget plan. he has been negotiating with five republican senators but so far none have voiced support publicly. the governor proposes a five- year extension of sales tax increases and of personal income and vehicle tax hikes that were enacted two years ago. he wants to put the extension on the ballot this june. >>> well, this morning, hundreds of south bay community college students will head off to sacramento. today they plan to press lawmakers though to preserve funding and keep their tuitions low. christin ayers is in san jose where the students are getting ready to board buses. she joins us now live. good morning, christin. >> reporter: good morning. we are here at san jose city college. you can see the buses behind me all set up ready to go. students will be leaving at 6 a.m. to meet with legislators in sacramento to talk about higher education. a couple of issues at play. students are looki
CBS
Mar 23, 2011 4:30am PDT
on "good morning america" and there may be fallout. >> we hear "dancing with the stars" might cancel his scheduled performance next week because of his actions after this question. >> have you all seen each other, been around each other? >> i mean, i mean, not really. i mean, it's not really a big deal to me now as far as that situation. i think i'm past that in my life. >> obviously not. abc sources say brown screamed, smashed a window and ripped off his shirt before storming out of the building yesterday after the host asked him about his former girlfriend rihanna. brown pleaded got assaulting her back in 2009. >>> the clock is ticking for lindsay lohan today. she must decide to accept a plea deal or she is going to trial. >> the troubled actress is accused of stealing a $2,500 necklace. she has until the end of the day to tell a judge whether she will take a plea deal. that deal comes with jail time according to the judge. and if lohan doesn't contact the court, the case will be going to trial with the hearing set for next month. >> that judge is being tough on her. >>> coming up,
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